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Flobots, Gorillaz top sellers at local record stores

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Flobots' Survival Story, released last week on Universal Republic, grabbed the top spot at Albums on the Hill, while coming in second behind Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes at Independent Records. Gorillaz's Plastic Beach was also a strong seller for the week ending March 21. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Top Sellers 3.21.2010

Albums on the Hill

1. Flobots - Survival Story 2. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys of Neptune 3. Drive-By Truckers - The Big To-Do 4. Streetlight Manifesto - 99 Songs of Revolution Vol. 1 5. Broken Bells - Broken Bells 6. Joanna Newsom - Have One on Me 7. Big Star- #1 Record 8. White Stripes - Under Great White Northern Lights 9. Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More 10. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach

Independent Records

1. Ludacris - Battle of the Sexes 2. Flobots - Survival Story 3. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 4. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys of Neptune 5. Sade - Soldier of Love 6. Young Money - We Are Young Money 7. Lil Wayne - Rebirth 8. Rihanna - Rated R 9. Gucci Mane - State vs. Radric Davis 10. Dropkick Murphys - Live on Landsdowne

Wax Trax

1. Liars - Sisterworld 2. The Knife - Tomorrow in a Year 3. Clipd Beaks - To Realize 4. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 5. Frightened Rabbit - The Winter of Mixed Drinks 6. Boris - At Last-Feedbacker 7. Pavement - Quarantine the Past 8. Slim Cessna's Auto Club - Buried Behind The Barn 9. Ted Leo & the Pharmacists - The Brutalist Bricks 10. Eddy Current Suppression Ring - Rush to Relax

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